1. Using IP instead of URL 2. Redirection with short URL service 3 . Google cache Se...
1. Using IP instead of URL
2. Redirection with short URL service
3. Google cache
Search engines like Google and Yahoo cache webpages and these cached pages are stored in search engines themselves, which likely will be added to the blocked list. Click on the ‘cache’ will bring you to a cache version of the page, as updated as how Google caches it.
4. Internet Archive – Wayback Machine
Wayback Machine is a internet service that periodically keeps a copy of almost all websites in the Internet way from the date they’re started. Clicking on the latest copy of what Wayback Machine have should be somewhat similar to the real site.
5. Anonymous surfing
6. Use Proxy in Browsers
7. Bypass with translation services
Use Google translate. Open Google translate ,type the URL and translate page.
8. Retrieve web pages via Email
Web2Mail is a free service that sends websites you want to read right into your inbox. All you need to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the URL as subject title.